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The White house announced on Tuesday that it detected more than three times, his support for the pro-democracy work in Venezuela and directly Fund opposition leaders and US President Juan Guaidó, hours after President Trump Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro proposed a controversial one.
USAID Administrator, Mark Green, announced $52 million in new aid after meeting with Guaidó s envoy in Washington. About $19 million for assistance to be used to govern train Guaidó team, if you are successful in ousting Maduro. By comparison, the budget for Venezuela in fiscal year 2018 is $15 million.
The funds mostly come from funds set aside for Honduras and Guatemala, the Trump does not cut in the last year, after he do these countries have enough to stop the flood of migrants to the United States
AT THE UN, TRUMP SLAMS MADURO AS A “CUBAN PUPPET” WHILE THE VENEZUELAN REPRESENTATIVE READS CASUALLY BOOK
During his speech at the U. N. General Assembly on Tuesday morning, Trump Maduro a “Cuba called niches doll” that is, hidden from his own people, while the Cuban Venezuelan oil wealth to plunder to maintain their own corrupt Communist regime.”
“According to a recent report by the United Nations Human Rights Council, women in Venezuela every day to stand in line for 10 hours waiting for food, about 15,000 people were detained as political prisoners, modern death squads, the implementation commitments are the thousands of extra-judicial executions,” Trump said.
Also on Tuesday, the Trump management of oil sanctions against the South American country, the expulsion of the four oil companies, which continue to be in Venezuela for the penalties.streamlined,
SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT CALLS FOR ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH NORTH KOREA AT THE UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
“The United States continues to be the strong action against the former illegitimate Maduro regime, and the disastrous foreign actors that support it. Maduro in Cuba a lifeline for the regime and its repressive security and intelligence apparatus,” the Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin, said benefactor in a press release. “Venezuela’s oil belongs to the Venezuelan people, and should not be used to support as a bargaining tool of dictators and to extend the usurpation of Venezuelan democracy.”
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On Monday, the United States, and more than a dozen Latin American countries agreed to investigate and to arrest employees and managers of the Maduro government, which is suspected of drug trafficking, money-laundering and the financing of terrorism.
The funding announced on Tuesday for the interior of Venezuela is said in addition to the hundreds of millions of dollars already pledged by the United States to support the more than 4 million vulnerable Venezuelans that fled the country crisis, and immigrated to Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and other countries in Latin America.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.